This Week at Neatorama

Even though I remind you of all our exclusive articles every weekend, there are times when you might say, "I wonder what Neatorama did before I started reading it." Or you might say, "Hey, Neatorama did an article on that way back when -let me find it!" To make that easy for you, we have updated and revamped our "best of" page so you can browse by year and month and by pictures. Take a look!

This week, we welcomed a new collaboration with the magazine Annals of Improbable Research by posting a classic article called How To Write A Scientific Paper.

From Uncle John's Bathroom Reader, we got The Biggest Cult Movie of All Time. If you don't know what movie that is, you obviously missed the article!

We saw how four fast food companies changed logos without changing their recognition factor in The Evolution of Fast Food Logos.

NeatoBambino scored an interview with Dallas Clayton, author of An Awesome Book and gave away three copies of the children's book.

David Israel interviewed Yael Hersonski about her critically acclaimed debut A Film Unfinished. The interview and clips from the movie are in the post Nazi Propaganda Footage Discovered.

Mental-floss gave us fun facts about walruses in I Am the Walrus.

Steven Johnson has some far-out ideas to share about Cocooning and Hiding at Home.

This week we said goodbye to NeatoGeek. It was fun while it lasted. The good news is that John Farrier will continue to contribute his geeky sci-fi items here at the main blog. Meanwhile, you can check out the many items previously posted at NeatoGeek.

Congratulations to schm3cky, who won a t-shirt from the NeatoShop in Mal and Chad's Fill in the Bubble Frenzy! See the post for his clever speech bubble line.

A spur-of-the-moment weekend competition asked you to caption the video entitled Birthday Cat is Unimpressed. Congratulations to to Nick who won a t-shirt from the NeatoShop with this gem: “I told them all i wanted was a cheezburger.”

Neatorama teamed up with mental_floss for another How Did You Know? contest which began Tuesday with the contest details. We already have some winners, but the contest won't end until the ultimate challenge is presented and solved on Monday, so watch for that coming up at mental_floss!

Over at Facebook, David runs random contests where you can win more prizes from Neatorama, like this one that only required you to pick a shirt. Just one more reason you'll want to keep up with our social networking feed, at Facebook and a Twitter as well.

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